The human microbiome is a highly complex ecosystem. Products based on living microorganisms generally don’t work in a direct way, but interact in a multifactorial mode of action.
To ensure the efficacy and safety of Live Biotherapeutics, a deeper understanding of the relationship between the microbiome and the human health is needed.
Improving the development and production process of probiotic bacteria trough direct microbiology. Identity, purity, stability and viability (LIVE/DEAD) analysis directly in the sample.
vermicon supports pharmaceutical companies and developers of probiotics whenever a specific microbiological expertise, technological equipment or process optimization is needed.
Modern wastewater treatment would not be possible without microorganisms. Wastewater treatment plants are gigantic microbiological power stations in which microorganisms play the main role, as they are responsible for the conversion of compounds and the degradation of pollutants.
Learn how to successfully integrate the monitoring of (micro)biological processes into the operational analysis of the plant. The monitoring is designed modular and thus allows a flexible adaptation to the individual needs of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants.
With VIT® Vision the entire biology of the wastewater treatment plant can finally be captured and analyzed. The results can then be implemented in the operational control system in order to optimize operational safety.
The direct microbiology of vermicon is applied daily in many areas of the biological wastewater treatment.
Publications and scientific studies of vermicon AG around the topic wastewater and process water.
vermicon AG offers innovative solutions for microbiology in all areas of industrial microbiology.
Our goal is to break the traditional limitations of microbiology and to provide innovative and powerful solutions.
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